drilling time

drilling time

[′dril·iŋ ‚tīm]
(engineering)
The time required in rotary drilling for the bit to penetrate a specified thickness (usually 1 foot) of rock.
The actual time the drill is operating.
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The design of the bit causes less vibration on the PDC cutting structure, which allows the bit to be more durable and long-lasting, while improving efficiency, saving drilling time and money.
5 million barrels a day by the end of 2018, and to improve drilling time by 30 per cent by 2019.
He also mentioned that record 43 wells were drilled in operated and partner-operated assets while deploying highest-ever 13 rigs operation with remarkable reduction in drilling time and cost.
However, when drilling in multi-layer formations, the wear rate is a more important as it leads to more drilling time rather than focusing solely on the ROP.
One important note, reducing total drilling does not equal reduced total drilling time.
Oil and gas companies are operating on tight budgets and one of the reasons they are choosing our solutions is because they cut the daily rig rate cost by reusing expensive drilling fluids and reducing the drilling time.
A senior source in the oil industry told Daily News Egypt that the drilling of the first well, Baltim SW 1, has been completed, noting that each well requires a drilling time of two and a half months.
Kinetic mesh networks have demonstrated the ability to reduce non-productive drilling time costs and eliminate manual processes to optimise production.
Three hydraulic rams with extended stroke and 400,000 thrust work to increase drilling time and crew productivity.
The average drilling time for a gas well in the Fayetteville Shale formation fell from 17.